Google All Set to Launch another Data Center in Council Bluff

Reports about Google’s data center expansion plans have been doing the rounds for quite some time now. But the recent announcement of expansion has come as a shocker to the entire data center world. Even before the new Google data center in the south of Council Bluff reached completion, Google announced that it would add another data center to the Council Bluff, doubling its footprint. The new data center is going to be worth a whopping $200 million. This project will increase Google’s overall data center investment in Iowa to $1.1 billion, said Chris Russell, operations manager for the Council Bluff data center. “This includes increasing the size of the building as well as deploying in Iowa even more of the computing infrastructure than it runs currently,” Russell said during a press conference at the State Capitol. The new data center will house computer systems that operate Google’s main operatives like Gmail, Google Maps, etc. Russell also said that Google has received tremendous support from the local and the state government, and a quality of other workforces that makes Council Bluff a suitable place. “Iowa continues to be a welcoming place for Google, a place that -thanks to teamwork, leadership and hard work – continues to allow us to have great opportunities to grow, build and expand.” However Russell declined to reveal the number of jobs that this

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data center would create, but said that the previous Council Bluff facility has about 130 employees. On a good note, Google has managed to accentuate the economy of Iowa to a considerable extent. Data Center Talk updates its resources everyday. Visit us to know of the latest technology and standards from the data center world. Please leave your views and comments on DCT Forum

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